Medieval Music-Making and the Roman de Fauvel

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Cambridge University Press, Oct 7, 2002 - Music - 304 pages
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This book explores the role of music in an early fourteenth-century French manuscript. It sets the manuscript against the wider culture of Parisian book-making, showing how in devising new systems of design and folio layout, its creators developed a new kind of materiality in music. It also illustrates how music is expressive in ways that are unperformable apart from its visual representation, and argues that the new attitudes to material music making embodied in the manuscript serve as a model for exploring other music manuscripts to emerge in late medieval France.
 

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Contents

Prologue
1
Contexts
11
approaches to the interpretation
29
Chaillous authorial presence
65
a compiler for fr 146 147
169
The poetic use of song space
216
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Emma Dillon is Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Pennsylvania. She specialises in French medieval music and is a contributor to Fauvel Studies (1998).

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